[The specific nature of the cholinergic mechanisms of short-term memory in monkeys for different types of visual information: the characteristics of the effect of amizil].
Short-term storage of visual information in monkeys seems to be determined by a set of cholinergic mechanisms, each of them dealing with a certain type of visual objects. These mechanisms are involved into the visual information processing and forming spatial discriminative features caused by the visual-vestibular interaction.
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